Liker and Choi 2004

Liker and Choi 2004 - "Building Deep Supplier...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style “Building Deep Supplier  Relationships” By Jeffrey K. Liker and Thomas Y. Choi 9/15/2010
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Presentation Overview Background What is Interesting? The Supplier-Partnering Hierarchy -Six Level Overview  Automotive Rebrands Related Article
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“ The Big Three set annual cost reduction  targets for the parts they purchase. To 
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Background In today’s economy companies are relying more  on suppliers than they have in the past. Japanese car manufacturers have been far more  successful at developing and sustaining supplier  relationships than the Big Three U.S. car  manufacturers  
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What is Interesting? About 20 years ago US car manufacturers  attempted to imitate the Japanese partnering  model. However, around the year 2000, the growth of  global outsourcing and internet bidding resulted  in these companies returning to their traditional  methods, deteriorating supplier relations. 
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What is Interesting? At the same time, Japanese car companies, 
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